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Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Read how this wife commissioned men to cut the throat of her husband in Bali !

Wife admits ordering killing of British man in Bali Wife was "mastermind" behind the execution of British businessman Robert Kelvin Ellis, who was found with throat cut in Indonesia, say local police Police in Indonesia say the wife of Robert Kelvin Ellis, a British businessman found with his throat cut in Bali, was the "mastermind" behind his death and has confessed to ordering his killing. Julaikah Noor Aini, an Indonesian woman who was married to Ellis for about 20 years, has been arrested after allegedly hiring five people to kill him and dump the body in a rice field. She is believed to have wanted her husband's money. Police said Ellis, 60, was killed in the couple's kitchen at their home in Bali and wrapped in plastic before being placed in a ditch between the popular tourist towns of Ubud and Kuta. Komang Suartana, a Bali police officer, said the murder scene was "spotless" and that two house maids were hired to clean up the kitchen. The killer was allegedly a boyfriend of one of the maids. Police have arrested an Indonesian man, Andreanus Monja, over the killing and are seeking four others. Related Articles British man found with throat cut in Bali 21 Oct 2014 Spider burrows under skin of tourist in Bali 16 Oct 2014 "Our suspicion towards the wife of the victim was first aroused when some of the victim's friends said there [had] been problems between the couple for a while," said Wisnu Wardana, a local police captain. "After talking to her slowly and kindly for a while, she finally admitted it." Ellis, who owned a successful telecommunications business and developed properties, moved from Britain to Australia and then Bali, where he married Noor, who owns a dive shop in Bali. They have two children, who are studying at school and university in Australia. An unnamed friend said Ellis had claimed the couple were unhappy for some time. "He told us that things were just not working with him and Noor," the friend told Fairfax Media. "Privately he said he was desperately trying to get Indonesian citizenship, because absolutely everything, all the businesses, were in Noor's name." Ellis's body, which was carefully wrapped in a bed cover and then a layer of plastic, was found by a farmer on Tuesday.